Weekly Newsletter

UW-Madison Campus

New Go Big Read looks to prompt discussion on psychological impact of life in poverty

Author J.D. Vance's own experiences growing up in poverty lend to implications behind book

City of Madison

The semester that was: Catch up on the biggest news stories from this spring

From divestment to Tony Robinson's record settlement, this spring packed a punch

UW-Madison Campus

ASM student council vice chair resigns to focus on health

Coker will be third to resign from Student Council, following Kenneth Cole, Madhuvanthi Sridhar

UW-Madison Campus

Sustainability programs reduce food waste, help manage insecurity

Dining and Culinary Services implement strategies aimed at minimizing produce ending up in landfills

UW-Madison Campus

Experts say ‘diversity,’ ‘inclusion’ mean nothing when comes to real social change

Change has to come from everyone for it to be truly meaningful, panelists say

State of Wisconsin

All-female organization encourages Wisconsin women to lead in state government

Program offers scholarships, internship opportunities to those considering political careers

UW-Madison Campus

Sexual assault reported in southern part of campus

Victim, suspect know each other

UW-Madison Campus

From Russia with questions: Are we in a cyberwar with them now?

Some experts believe Russia's reported cyber campaign was to make American elections appear rigged, elect pro-Russia president

UW-Madison Campus

UW honors ‘Funky Drummer’ musician posthumously

Clyde Stubblefield performed all over Madison, including Memorial Union Terrace, Wisconsin Public Radio

UW-Madison Campus

This is how ASM lobbies for UW’s budget

ASM lobbying relies heavily on grassroots organizing

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